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Response to White and Lewis: Letter to editor in response to Has Chlamydia trachomatis prevalence in young women in England, Scotland and Wales changed? Evidence from national probability surveys. Epidemiology and Infection. 2019

  • D. Z. Kounali (a1) (a2), A. E. Ades (a1), K. Soldan (a2) (a3) and P. Horner (a1) (a2)
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Author for correspondence: D. Z. Kounali, E-mail: daphne.kounali@bristol.ac.uk

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1.White, PJ and Lewis, J (2019) Letter to editor in response to Has Chlamydia trachomatis prevalence in young women in England, Scotland and Wales changed? Evidence from national probability surveys. Epidemiology and Infection 147, e271. Cambridge University Press.
2.Kounali, DZ et al. (2019) Has Chlamydia trachomatis prevalence in young women in England, Scotland and Wales changed? Evidence from national probability surveys. Epidemiology and Infection 147, e107, 1–7.
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Response to White and Lewis: Letter to editor in response to Has Chlamydia trachomatis prevalence in young women in England, Scotland and Wales changed? Evidence from national probability surveys. Epidemiology and Infection. 2019

  • D. Z. Kounali (a1) (a2), A. E. Ades (a1), K. Soldan (a2) (a3) and P. Horner (a1) (a2)

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